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Brant J. Stogner, Partner Attorney
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Phone:346-800-3269, 713-222-7211
Web:http://www.abrahamwatkins.com/
Address: 800 Commerce Street, Houston, TX 77002-1776
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Law Firm:Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Sorrels, Agosto & Aziz
Lawyer:Brant J. Stogner
Phone:346-800-3269, 713-222-7211
Fax:713-225-0827
Lawyer Title:Partner
Practice Areas:Personal Injury; Insurance & Bad Faith; Litigation; Business; Consumer; Health Care; Insurance; Labor-Employment; Commercial; Aviation; Aviation Accidents; Wrongful Death; Catastrophic Injury; Product Defects; Business Litigation; 18 Wheeler & Commercial Truck Accidents; Admiralty and Maritime Law; Birth Trauma; Brain Injury; Traumatic Brain Injury; Severe Burns; Construction Accidents; DWI Accidents; Electrocutions; Environmental Law; Explosions; Medical Malpractice; Motorcycle Accidents; Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect; Diving and Offshore Injuries; Paraplegia; Patent Infringement; Petrochemical Accidents; Pharmaceutical Litigation; Quadriplegia; Spinal Injury; Swimming Pool Accidents; Workplace Injuries; Motor Vehicle Accidents
Bio:Brant Stogner grew up in El Campo, Texas - a small town about an hour southwest of Houston. In high school, Brant excelled at both athletics and academics. Brant graduated in the top ten percent of his high school class; in sports, Brant and the Ricebirds won six district championships in football and baseball during his three years starting on varsity. Brant earned all-district honors all three years in both sports while also participating in theater and the National Honor Society. Despite a knee injury and subsequent knee surgery in his senior year of high school, Brant accepted a full scholarship to the University of Houston to play linebacker for the Cougars under head coach Kim Helton.In college, Brant's academic success continued. In his freshman year at the University of Houston, Brant earned the 1997 Conference USA Academic Excellence Award, earning the highest grade point average of football players in the conference. After playing two seasons, and having three surgeries in as many years, Brant decided to hang up his football cleats and transfer to Texas A&M University to complete his business degree. At Texas A&M University, Brant's scholastic accolades continued to mount. Brant was a member of numerous honor societies and graduated in the top ten percent of his class with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting.After graduation from Texas A&M University, Brant moved back to Houston to attend law school at South Texas College of Law Houston. In
Admitted:Texas Southern District/Bankruptcy Court; 2006, Texas
College:Texas A & M University, B.B.A., National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Beta Alpha Psi Accounting Honors Society, Golden Key National Honor Society, 2001; University of Houston, Received full-paid football scholarship to the University of Houston, Played two seasons at linebacker under former coach, Kim Helton, Earned the 1997 Conference USA Academic Excellence Award (Highest GPA), 1999
Law School:South Texas College of Law, J.D., Competed in 15 Advocacy Tournaments as a Varsity Advocate, Order of the Barristers, Dean's Outstanding Student Advocate Award, 2006
Membership:State Bar of Texas; American Bar Association; Houston Bar Association; Houston Young Lawyers Association;Texas Young Lawyers Association; American Board of Trial Advocates
Web:http://www.abrahamwatkins.com/
Languages:English

Lawyer Brant J. Stogner, graduated from Texas A & M University, B.B.A., National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Beta Alpha Psi Accounting Honors Society, Golden Key National Honor Society, 2001; University of Houston, Received full-paid football scholarship to the University of Houston, Played two seasons at linebacker under former coach, Kim Helton, Earned the 1997 Conference USA Academic Excellence Award (Highest GPA), 1999 South Texas College of Law, J.D., Competed in 15 Advocacy Tournaments as a Varsity Advocate, Order of the Barristers, Dean's Outstanding Student Advocate Award, 2006, is now employed by Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Sorrels, Agosto & Aziz at 800 Commerce Street Houston, TX 77002-1776.

While being a member of State Bar of Texas; American Bar Association; Houston Bar Association; Houston Young Lawyers Association;Texas Young Lawyers Association; American Board of Trial Advocates, Brant J. Stogner is one of the more than one million lawyers in United States. Before choosing Brant J. Stogner as your lawyer, you should consider whether Brant J. Stogner offers free consultation, (if not) how much the initial interview costs, if there is any hidden attorney fees, what's the fee schedule, whether he or she has good community reputation and is able to provide a list of good references. You can also contact the Board of Professional Responsibility of the state bar, to find out if Brant J. Stogner has ever been placed under any disciplinary actions. Please be aware that, though Brant J. Stogner's office is located at Houston, TX, he or she might belong to the bar association of other states.

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Brant J. Stogner has been admitted in Texas Southern District/Bankruptcy Court; 2006, Texas. His or her practice areas include Personal Injury; Insurance & Bad Faith; Litigation; Business; Consumer; Health Care; Insurance; Labor-Employment; Commercial; Aviation; Aviation Accidents; Wrongful Death; Catastrophic Injury; Product Defects; Business Litigation; 18 Wheeler & Commercial Truck Accidents; Admiralty and Maritime Law; Birth Trauma; Brain Injury; Traumatic Brain Injury; Severe Burns; Construction Accidents; DWI Accidents; Electrocutions; Environmental Law; Explosions; Medical Malpractice; Motorcycle Accidents; Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect; Diving and Offshore Injuries; Paraplegia; Patent Infringement; Petrochemical Accidents; Pharmaceutical Litigation; Quadriplegia; Spinal Injury; Swimming Pool Accidents; Workplace Injuries; Motor Vehicle Accidents.

Brant J. Stogner's college education includes Texas A & M University, B.B.A., National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Beta Alpha Psi Accounting Honors Society, Golden Key National Honor Society, 2001; University of Houston, Received full-paid football scholarship to the University of Houston, Played two seasons at linebacker under former coach, Kim Helton, Earned the 1997 Conference USA Academic Excellence Award (Highest GPA), 1999, law school degree was from South Texas College of Law, J.D., Competed in 15 Advocacy Tournaments as a Varsity Advocate, Order of the Barristers, Dean's Outstanding Student Advocate Award, 2006, other biographical background includes Brant Stogner grew up in El Campo, Texas - a small town about an hour southwest of Houston. In high school, Brant excelled at both athletics and academics. Brant graduated in the top ten percent of his high school class; in sports, Brant and the Ricebirds won six district championships in football and baseball during his three years starting on varsity. Brant earned all-district honors all three years in both sports while also participating in theater and the National Honor Society. Despite a knee injury and subsequent knee surgery in his senior year of high school, Brant accepted a full scholarship to the University of Houston to play linebacker for the Cougars under head coach Kim Helton.In college, Brant's academic success continued. In his freshman year at the University of Houston, Brant earned the 1997 Conference USA Academic Excellence Award, earning the highest grade point average of football players in the conference. After playing two seasons, and having three surgeries in as many years, Brant decided to hang up his football cleats and transfer to Texas A&M University to complete his business degree. At Texas A&M University, Brant's scholastic accolades continued to mount. Brant was a member of numerous honor societies and graduated in the top ten percent of his class with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting.After graduation from Texas A&M University, Brant moved back to Houston to attend law school at South Texas College of Law Houston. In. You should contact other lawyers and law firms nearby before choosing your legal representatives.

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